Whats the difference between these two distros? I see members have one or the other, I checked out Archbang's website / forum and it seems less active than #! forums
on 07/05/2012 – Made popular on 07/05/2012
Hi guys,I really hope someone can shed some light onto what is going on on my computer... My goal before any of this happened was to dual boot archbang and crunchbang to try archbang at full speed. So I currently have #!
I installed archlinux but I want to get the look and feel of Archbang.
Is there a way to find the config files or scripts for Archbang?
http://bbs.archbang.org/viewtopic.php?id=2501 gives a list of packages but I also want the resources and quick ref of key bindings in the background, menus, default application and other things I don't know about.
Well, use whatever you're more comfortable with. Never tried ArchBang and I don't plan to try it soon. CrunchBang gives a rock-solid stable experience. Arch gives more control and being a rolling distro you got latest software if this is something you need. CrunchBang is ready to go out-of-the-box, Arch requires some tinkering. It's all up to you in the end.
ashari wrote:Then the curious side of me wanted to try Archbang.Archbang has their own forums. Our policy is to dustbin support questions for Archbang and other distros derived from ArchLinux. You can read it here, https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Fo … ow_to_Post.ashari wrote:Burned a Live CD and looked for synaptic (APT client). OK, no synaptic.
ArchBang Linux 2012.05 comes with many changes. One of these changes is the log out icons. In this new release of ArchBang, the high contrast black and white icon set is replaced by the colorful one. ( Actually, this colorful log out icon set was used before in other releases of ArchBang already).